HK416 .22 LR Rifle
The HK416LR is a 5.56x45mm assault rifle chambered in.223 Remington. It was developed by Heckler & Koch (H&K) in Germany and introduced in 2004. It is based on the HK416, a variant of the HK G36 family of rifles.
2. H&K 416 LR
The H&K 416 LR uses a gas-operated action with a rotating bolt locking system. It features a short stroke piston operating rod assembly, a two stage trigger mechanism, and a free floating barrel. The receiver is made of polymer composite material. It comes with a standard A2 buttstock, adjustable rear sight, and flip-up front sight.
3. H&K 416 LRS
The H&K416LRS is a semi-automatic version of the HK416LR. It uses the same basic design as its counterpart, but lacks the folding stock and pistol grip. It also comes with a shorter barrel and a different handguard.
The HK416 is a selective fire weapon chambered in 5.56×45mm NATO. It was designed by Heckler & Koch and first released in 1994. It is based on their earlier G36 series of weapons. The HK416 is a direct impingement gas operated weapon using a rotating bolt locking system similar to the M16/M4 series of weapons. It features a short-stroke gas piston operating rod assembly, two-stage trigger mechanism, and a detachable box magazine.
The HK416A2 is a semi-automatic variant of the HK416. It uses the same general design as the HK416, but lacks the folding stocks and pistol grips. It also comes with an extended barrel and a different hand guard.
The HK416C is a carbine variant of the HK416, featuring a 16 inch barrel and a collapsible stock. It was originally intended to replace the HK93, but never entered production.
The HK416D is a submachine gun variant of the HK416 that was produced in small numbers for use by special forces units. It is chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum. It features a shortened barrel and a folding stock.
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